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use (5)
be (4)
design (4)
screen (4)

Stem watch$ (all stems)

35 papers:

HTHT-2015-MagdyDW #quote #twitter
“I like ISIS, but I want to watch Chris Nolan’s new movie”: Exploring ISIS Supporters on Twitter (WM, KD, IW), pp. 321–322.
CHICHI-2015-HoubenM #named #prototype #tool support
WatchConnect: A Toolkit for Prototyping Smartwatch-Centric Cross-Device Applications (SH, NM), pp. 1247–1256.
CHICHI-2015-LeeHL #performance
Investigating the Information Transfer Efficiency of a 3x3 Watch-back Tactile Display (JL, JH, GL), pp. 1229–1232.
CHICHI-2015-OakleyLIE #gesture #named
Beats: Tapping Gestures for Smart Watches (IO, DL, MRI, AE), pp. 1237–1246.
CHICHI-2015-PortnoffLEMLW #effectiveness
Somebody’s Watching Me?: Assessing the Effectiveness of Webcam Indicator Lights (RSP, LNL, SE, PM, DL, DW), pp. 1649–1658.
CHICHI-2015-TholanderN #experience #performance
Snot, Sweat, Pain, Mud, and Snow: Performance and Experience in the Use of Sports Watches (JT, SN), pp. 2913–2922.
CSCWCSCW-2015-GuhaW #network #social
Do Birds of a Feather Watch Each Other?: Homophily and Social Surveillance in Location Based Social Networks (SG, SBW), pp. 1010–1020.
HCIDUXU-UI-2015-ZhuSK #case study #design #smarttech
A Field Study on Basic Usage Patterns of Traditional Watch and Smart Phone for Designing Smart Watch (ZZ, HS, SWK), pp. 597–608.
HCIHCI-IT-2015-PoirierB #named
UniWatch — Some Approaches Derived from UniGlyph to Allow Text Input on Tiny Devices Such as Connected Watches (FP, MB), pp. 554–562.
CHICHI-2014-BarkhuusEZ #interactive #music #performance
Watching the footwork: second screen interaction at a dance and music performance (LB, AE, GZ), pp. 1305–1314.
CHICHI-2014-ChenGWF #interactive #named #smarttech
Duet: exploring joint interactions on a smart phone and a smart watch (X'C, TG, DJW, GWF), pp. 159–168.
HCIHCI-AS-2014-KimC #what
The Gap between What a Service Provider Shows Off and What Users Really Watch (DK, JC), pp. 710–720.
ICPRICPR-2014-BashbaghiGSB #multi #using
Watch-List Screening Using Ensembles Based on Multiple Face Representations (SB, EG, RS, GAB), pp. 4489–4494.
Digital neighborhood watch: investigating the sharing of camera data amongst neighbors (AJBB, JJ, RM, FM), pp. 693–700.
HCIHIMI-D-2013-ChangC #case study
A Study of Different Consumer Groups’ Preferences of Time Display on Watches (WCC, WTC), pp. 421–430.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2013-VielMPT #how #interactive #learning #multi #student
How are they Watching Me — Learning from Student Interactions with Multimedia Objects Captured from Classroom Presentations (CCV, ELM, MdGCP, CACT), pp. 5–16.
CHICHI-2012-ThiemeCMWKLO #design #persuasion #quote #social
“We’ve bin watching you”: designing for reflection and social persuasion to promote sustainable lifestyles (AT, RC, JM, JW, NCK, SWL, PO), pp. 2337–2346.
CHICHI-2012-WangDLG #online
Digitality and materiality of new media: online TV watching in china (QW, XD, TL, NG), pp. 347–356.
CHICHI-2011-GeertsVMDC #online #requirements #video
Are we in sync?: synchronization requirements for watching online video together (DG, IV, RM, OvD, PC), pp. 311–314.
CHICHI-2011-KimRZPH #usability
Creek watch: pairing usefulness and usability for successful citizen science (SK, CR, TZ, JSP, EMH), pp. 2125–2134.
SACSAC-2010-TeixeiraFP #approach #distributed
Distributed discrimination of media moments and media intervals: a Watch-and-Comment approach (CACT, GBF, MdGCP), pp. 1929–1935.
DACDAC-2009-JainC #graph #performance #satisfiability #using
Efficient SAT solving for non-clausal formulas using DPLL, graphs, and watched cuts (HJ, EMC), pp. 563–568.
HCIHCI-NIMT-2009-AmftASST #gesture
Gesture-Controlled User Input to Complete Questionnaires on Wrist-Worn Watches (OA, RA, AS, DPS, GT), pp. 131–140.
HCIHCI-VAD-2009-NoguchiYMS #generative #self
Self-movement Feeling Generation in Sports Watching with Screen Movement via Pan-Tilt Steerable Projector (HN, KY, TM, TS), pp. 359–367.
CSCWCSCW-2008-TolmieCRB #quote #what
“Are you watching this film or what?”: interruption and the juggling of cohorts (PT, AC, TR, SB), pp. 257–266.
CHICHI-2007-WeiszKZRKK #chat #video
Watching together: integrating text chat with video (JDW, SBK, HZ, YR, REK, JAK), pp. 877–886.
HCIHCI-MIE-2007-ReiterJ #quality #requirements
Watch, Press, and Catch — Impact of Divided Attention on Requirements of Audiovisual Quality (UR, SJP), pp. 943–952.
HCIHIMI-MTT-2007-ChienC #comprehension
The Use of Dynamic Display to Improve Reading Comprehension for the Small Screen of a Wrist Watch (YHC, CHC), pp. 814–823.
The television will be revolutionized: effects of PVRs and filesharing on television watching (BB, LB), pp. 663–666.
CHICHI-2006-EsbjornssonBJNOL #design
Watching the cars go round and round: designing for active spectating (ME, BATB, OJ, DN, , EL), pp. 1221–1224.
CHICHI-2006-RoblesSRN #how
Being watched or being special: how I learned to stop worrying and love being monitored, surveilled, and assessed (ER, AS, KR, CN), pp. 831–839.
VLDBVLDB-2003-GrustKT #education #relational
Staircase Join: Teach a Relational DBMS to Watch its (Axis) Steps (TG, MvK, JT), pp. 524–525.
ICSTSAT-2003-GentGNRT #data type
Watched Data Structures for QBF Solvers (IPG, EG, MN, AGDR, AT), pp. 25–36.
SACSAC-1997-Dkaki #database #information management
Science watch by knowledge discovery in bibliographic databases (TD), pp. 94–95.
DACDAC-1992-Langeler #design #tutorial
Directions to Watch in Design Technology (Tutorial Abstract) (GL), p. 298.

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